Annual Awards Took Place On Saturday
National law firm Irwin Mitchell has been named CP Sport’s Partner of the Year at the charity’s annual awards event.
The legal experts’ support of CP Sport spans many years, during which they have helped with resource materials and also used volunteer hours to guide the charity through building awareness campaigns. This year, the company has sponsored virtual events including online social cafes.
On Saturday, 11 December, the 2021 CP Sport Awards were held, also coinciding with the charity’s 20th anniversary. The evening was attended by various Paralympians, as well as American TV and film star RJ Mitte, who has cerebral palsy himself.
During the event, Irwin Mitchell was presented with the Partner of the Year award.
Expert Opinion“We’re delighted to have been named as CP Sport’s Partner of the Year. The charity does such amazing work for those living with cerebral palsy, and it’s a privilege to be a part of that.
We look forward to continuing our work with CP Sport and what 2022 holds.”
Jennifer Cawthorne - Partner
Adi Fawcett, Chief Operating Officer at CP Sport said: “As our partner of the year Irwin Mitchell go above and beyond to support CP Sport and our vision to provide anyone with cerebral palsy the opportunity to be active.
“Irwin Mitchell support our online cafes and annual awards ceremony helping us to provide social events to keep the community connected during these challenging times. Behind the scenes they provide access to their expert staff supporting us in a range of areas from digital expertise to printing resources. We are proud to call Irwin Mitchell our Partner of the Year 2021.”
CP Sport is a national disability sport organisation and charity. It encourages people with cerebral palsy to live more active lives by promoting the opportunity, capability and motivation involved in taking part in sport and physical activities. It provides sport and activity opportunities for people with cerebral palsy, a range of support services and also uses its voice to influence change for the benefit of disabled people.